With the glossy exterior, red (or black) accessories and silver frame, which make the entire body nicely aesthetic, Toshiba Camileo S20 is all about touting its thinness as 17mm even with a 3-inch swiveling LCD screen extended. Though it is sold at a pretty low price (about $150), Camileo S20 serves as high video quality as any other HD pocket camcorders, shooting sharply and smoothly but slightly muted videos in 1080p (30fps) mode. Despite some minor defects such as the unhandy controls around the cam where one may easily make users confused, Camileo S20 is a worth buying for most of the consumers.
As has been mentioned above, Camileo S20 shoots videos in full HD 1080p (720p as well) with .avi format which can be hassle-free when editing the files on PC. However, as it can only records AVI files, users may find it difficult to play the files in QuickTime or import Camileo S20 videos to iMovie for editing on Mac. To meet the demand of Mac users, we have tried some ways and found out the easiest one. That is to convert Camileo S20 (.avi) videos to Mac (.mov) with the help of a smart Camileo S20 software for Mac---Mac Video Converter. Below is the step-by-step guide:
Free download, install and run the Mac Video Converter: (If you meet any converting problem on Windows, please refer to Video Converter)
Connect Toshiba Camileo S20 to your Mac via the USB cable, then run the converter and click "Add Files" to select the .avi files from the camcorder. You can also copy the video files to your computer beforehand.
Click the menu bar of "Convert To" so as to set the output video format. Choose the best-fit iMovie-friendly video format as "iMovie"->"iMovie ProRes (*.mov)".
After you have finished the settings above, you can then hit the big blue "start" button to begin the conversion. When the conversion is over, you can easily import Camileo S20 to iMovie for editing.